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This monthly podcast focuses on the nuances and difficulties of practicing emergency medicine in a rural environment.

This monthly podcast focuses on the nuances and difficulties of practicing emergency medicine in a rural environment.

Location:

United States

Description:

This monthly podcast focuses on the nuances and difficulties of practicing emergency medicine in a rural environment.

Language:

English

Contact:

9708232221


Episodes

Episode 22: Lytics for STEMI

10/26/2019
In this episode we discuss using thrombolytics for treatment of STEMI when prompt cardiac catheterization is not available. We discuss the risk, benefits, indications, and contraindications of this therapy.

Duration:00:40:12

Episode 21: Ethics

9/17/2019
In this episode we have guest speaker, Dr. Alycia Valente. She discusses how to apply the basic principles of ethics to situations commonly encountered in the Emergency Department.

Duration:00:38:00

Episode 20: Sepsis Core Measures

5/4/2019
In this episode we discuss how to improve compliance with the sepsis core measures (SEP-1).

Duration:00:57:32

Episode 19: Lateral Canthotomy

4/12/2019
This is a discussion with Shad Saunders about orbital compartment syndrome and the need to perform lateral canthotomy in the Emergency Department.

Duration:00:56:11

Episode 18: Recognizing Psychosis

3/30/2019
We discuss how to recognize psychosis in the Emergency Department. Psychosis is not just a single symptom, but a mix of potential symptoms each of varying intensities. This can be subtle and difficult to miss. We also discuss how important the collateral history from family and friends is during the evaluation period. We discuss that it is beneficial to call the mental health provider for further information as well.

Duration:00:48:49

Episode 17: Ketamine Take 2

2/12/2019
In this episode we review our experience with Ketamine for depression and which patient population we have seen a benefit.

Duration:00:31:44

Episode 16: Complete Heart Block

12/20/2018
This is a discussion of complete heart block and the management in the Emergency Department. We discuss external pacing, temporary transvenous pacing, medications, and transfer considerations.

Duration:00:54:38

Episode 15: Bronchiolitis

11/1/2018
Guest lecturer, Tricia Swan, is a pediatric emergency physician. She discusses the treatment and diagnosis of bronchiolitis.

Duration:01:06:39

Episode 14: Discharge Instructions

10/2/2018
This is a discussion on how to approach discharge instructions for patients

Duration:00:35:25

Episode 13: ED Tips and Tricks

9/1/2018
This is a rapid fire discussion of multiple tips to help the emergency provider better patient care more efficiently.

Duration:00:37:44

Episode 12: Serotonin Syndrome

8/15/2018
This is a discussion with a toxicologist about a case of serotonin syndrome.

Duration:00:49:50

Episode 11: Giving Nec Fasc the Finger

7/15/2018
This is a discussion with Dr. Kenneth Bernard, an emergency physician working on a Native American reservation in Arizona. We discuss the First Annual Native America and Rural Emergency Medicine Conference. We also discuss a case of necrotizing fasciitis and a minimally invasive procedure that can aid in the diagnosis of this condition.

Duration:00:40:55

Episode 10: Pediatric Head Injury

6/21/2018
This is a discussion on the CT head decision rule for pediatric head trauma.

Duration:00:36:29

Episode 9: Alcohol Withdrawal

5/2/2018
This is a discussion on current treatment recommendations for alcohol withdrawal syndromes.

Duration:00:28:45

Episode 8: Ketamine for Suicidal Patients

4/16/2018
In this episode, we have a psychiatrist, Dr. Heacock, discuss using ketamine to help reduce suicidality.

Duration:00:34:33

Episode 7: Toxicology Situational Awareness

2/28/2018
We interview Scott Phillips, a board certified toxicologist. He discusses how to approach the toxicology patient and discusses an overdose case.

Duration:00:38:05

Episode 6: Epidural and Suicidal Patients

1/11/2018
This episode we have two segments. The first is a discussion of using an IO drill for skull trephination for epidural hematoma. The second segment is a discussion with a clinical psychiatrist on the topic of suicidal patients in the Emergency Department.

Duration:01:03:28

Episode 5: Transport Review

12/1/2017
This is a discussion with Tadd Ferguson, a physician at a tertiary care center who receives multiple patient transfers from smaller hospitals. We his point of view on transfers as well as his ideas on how to improve patient transfers to other hospitals.

Duration:00:26:24

Episode 4: Managing Multiple Patients

11/18/2017
This is a discussion about ideas we have had and how we have managed multiple critical patients with limited resources.

Duration:00:32:43

Episode 3: The Difficult Transport

10/17/2017
We discuss cases and difficulties faced while transporting patients to another hospital.

Duration:00:35:09